|Fool's Gold (1978) [Novel]|
by William M. James
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Cuchillo Oro is Apache - Brutal, unrelenting... and deadly.
The Apache stepped quickly towards the prone figure of the white man, drawing the golden-hilted knife with his left hand. Andy Doubleday didnít even hear him until Cuchillo grabbed a handful of his hair in his right fist, tugging back so that the manís throat was exposed.
Fear gurgled in Doubledayís chest, and his mouth sagged open in horror and shock. "No! Please! I got me a wife and kids!"
With one quick, deep-slicing cut, Cuchillo hacked his neck apart, stepping to one side so that the gushing fountain of bright arterial blood didnít splash on him. Doubleday died quick and easy.
"You say we cheat you, white man," he said to the body. "Cuchillo Oro is one man who will always pay his debts."
Original title: Fool's Gold
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Native Americans
- Written by Laurence James.